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DAEWOO 

ELECTRONICS 



TFT LCD TV 
Instruction Manual 



L710TV 



PAL B/G, D/K, l/l 
VI DEO/S-VI DEO/PC 
MULTI-LANGUAGE OSD 



HELP LINE: 0870 100 2525 

With queries, please quote the page number, 
reference number and model number. 



Caution 



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CAUTION 

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN 



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CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK 

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). 

NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. 

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. 



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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is 
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" 
within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a 
risk electric shock. 

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to 
the presence of important operating and servicing instructions in the literature 
accompanying the appliance. 



WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. 



DISPOSAL OF USED ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 

The meaning of the symbol on the product, its accessory or packaging indicates 
that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Please, dispose of this 
equipment at your applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical & 
electronic equipments waste, In the European Union and Other European countries 
which there are separate collection systems for used electrical and electronic 
product. By ensuring the correct disposal of this product, you will help prevent 
^^^^^^h potentially hazardous to the environment and to human health, which could 
^^^^^^ otherwise be caused by unsuitable waste handling of this product. The recycling 
of materials will help conserve natural resources. Please do not therefore dispose 
of your old electrical and electronic equipment with your household waste. For 
more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your 
local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you 
purchased the product. 




1 . Cleaning 

Unplug the LCD TV from the AC power outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaner 
or aerosol cleaner. Use a soft and damp cloth for cleaning. 

2. Attachments 

Do not use attachments not recommended by the LCD TV equipment manufacturer as 
they may result in the risk of fire, electronic shock or other injury. 

3. Water and Moisture 

Do not place the LCD TV near water, for example:- near a bathtub, kitchen sink, laundry 
tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool, or the like. 

4. Heat 

Keep the LCD TV away from heat sources such as radiator, heater, stoves and other 
heat-generating products. 

5. Setting 

Do not place the LCD TV on an unstable platform, for example:- a stand or table. 
Placing the LCD TV on an unstable base can cause the LCD TV to fall resulting in 
personal injuries as well as damage to the LCD TV. Use only a platform recommended 
by the manufacturer. 

6. Wall or Ceiling Mount 

When mounting the product on a wall or ceiling be sure to install the product using the 
designated mounting tools according to the method recommended by the manufacturer. 

7. Power 

The LCD TV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the 
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home consult 
your TV dealer or local power company. 

8. Pixels 

The LCD TV panel is a high technology product with thousands of thin film transistors 
which give you super-fine picture detail. Occasionally a few non-active pixels may 
appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red. Please note that this does 
not affect the performance of your product and can be very difficult to even see. 

9. Moving 

When moving the product place your fingers of one hand in the socket on the back of 
the LCD TV and support the front of the LCD TV with the other hand. Please make sure 
no pressure is applied to the screen itself as it can and will damage the sensitive LCD 
pixels within the screen. 



Contents 



Important Safeguards 1 

Supplied Accessories 2 

Functional Overview 3 

... Connecting & powering up 4 

... Connecting the LCD TV monitor 5 

Preparation 

... Remote Controller 6 

... Operation & Adjustment 7 

... Connecting external equipment 8 

Start Up 

... Menu Installation - Key Process for TV mode 9 

... - Install > Auto search 9 

Install > Edit Channel 10 

... - Install > Manual Tuning 11 

... - Install > Fine tune 12 

...-Picture 12 

... - Feature 12 

...-Sound 13 

... Menu Installation - Key Process for PC mode 14 

...-Colour 14 

... - Picture 14 

... - Function > Auto Adjust 14 

...-OSDMenu 15 

...-Misc 15 

... - Sound 15 

Wall/Arm Mounting 16 

Troubleshooting 17 

Specifications 19 



Important 
Safeguards 



Location 

Heat, Moisture, Dust, Vibration 

Position your LCD TV so that bright light or sunlight doesn't fall directly onto the screen. 

Care should be taken not to expose the set to any unnecessary vibration, moisture, dust or heat. 

Do not expose the set to dripping or splashing. 

Ventilation 

Also ensure that the set is placed in a position to allow a free flow of air. 
Do not cover the ventilation openings on the back cover. 
Leave at least 1 0 cm around each side of the TV set. 

Mounting 

This set can be positioned by using the table top stand or wall mounting bracket. 
When you install the set using the wall mounting bracket, fix it carefully so it is secure. 



Object Entry 

Do not insert foreign objects, such as needles and coins, into the ventilation openings. 



Lightning Strikes 

You should disconnect your set from the mains and the aerial system during thunderstorms. 



Cleaning 

Unplug the set from the mains before cleaning. 

Dust the set by wiping the LCD screen and the cabinet with a soft, clean cloth. 
If the screen requires additional cleaning, use a clean, damp cloth. 
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. 

Do not rub or strike the LCD with anything hard as this may scratch or damage the LCD permanently. 



Service 

Never remove the back cover of the set as this can expose you to high voltage and other hazards. 
If the set does not operate properly, unplug it and call your dealer. 



European Union Notice 

Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the 
the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European 
Community. 

Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Norms (in 
brackets are the equivalent international standards): 

• EN55022 (CISPR 22) - Electromagnetic Interference 

• EN55024 - Immunity Test for ITE Product 

• EN60950 (IEC950) - Product Safety 

• EN61 000-3-2 (IEC555-2) - Power Line Harmonics 

As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Daewoo Electronics co., Ltd has determined that this 
product meets the Energy Star® guidelines for energy efficiency. 

The product is also designed for IT power system with phase to phase voltage of 230V. 

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Supplied 
Accessories 



Make sure that the following accessories are provided with the product. 

• Power Cord 

• Remote Controller + Batteries 

• Scart-to-Phono cable 

If any item is missing or damaged, please contact your dealer. 

Please keep the box and packaging materials so that you may properly store or transport your LCD Television. 



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Functional 
Overview 



• The LCD TV is designed for use in a small environment or for those who need more space. 

• The convenient and user-friendly on-screen display allows for easy and accurate adjustments of the various 
features. 

• The LCD TV complies with the VESA Display Data Channel (DDC) specification for Plug and Play compatibility. 

• The LCD TV features Advanced Colour Controls and fine-tuning to meet your own personal settings or application 
requirements. 

• PC MODE - use the on-screen controls to adjust the colour temperature for the best possible screen colour and 
intensity. 

• Selecting the Reset button in PC Mode will activate the Auto Tracking to determine whether your monitor is 
functioning normally, not receiving a signal, or is receiving a signal that is out of scanning range. 

• The LCD TV has a native resolution of 1280x1024 at 75Hz. Optimal for any PC configuration you require. 

• The LCD TV can be connected to various types of video devices with supporting video input signals like Composite 
video(CVBS), Seperate video(S-Video). 

• The built-in TV tuner and antenna connection terminal enables you to watch TV without a separate receiving 
device. 

• The LCD TV is equipped with a remote controller enabling function control for TV and PC modes. 

• Internal speakers provide sound therefore, separate audio equipment is unnecessary. 

• PC MODE - with the Picture Mode function you can experience high contrast, vivid, movies or any other 
multimedia utilization. 



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Preparation 



Connecting & Powering-up (PC MODE) 



1 


Turn off the computer and LCD TV 


2 


Connect a 15 pin signal cable (not supplied) to the output port of the video card in your 
computer and monitor 


3 


Tighten the screws of the 15 pin signal cable 


4 


Connect an audio cable (not supplied) to the output port of the sound card in your computer 


5 


Plug the power cord into the AC POWER port located on the back of the LCD TV 


6 


Plug the other end of the power cord into the AC outlet 




Preparation 



Connecting the LCD TV 



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Aerial connection 

Connect an Aerial cable (75ohm coaxial cable) to the Aerial Terminal on the back of the LCD TV connection panel. 



How to watch TV 



1. Turn on the LCD TV 

2. Choose the TV mode using the SOURCE button on the Remote 
controller 

3. Choose the Programme 



* This product is for PAL ONLY therefore you are not able to watch 
this LCD TV in countries where PAL transmissions are not adopted. 



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Remote Controller 



1 


Power - power the LCD TV on and off 


2 


Source - select the input mode (video, s-video, TV, PC) 


3 


PR [up] - channel select 


4 


Volume - adjust volume (sound) level 


5 


Menu - display main menu 


6 


Normal - recall preferred settings (Normal I, II, Favourite) 


7 


Sleep - set the Sleep Timer 


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OK - select menu items 


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Numerical buttons to select channels 


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Display - show the current program 


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Mute - disable and enable sound 



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Inserting batteries into the Remote Control unit 

To load the batteries turn the remote control handset over and open the battery compartment. Insert the batteries (2x 1 .5v 
type R03 or AAA). Make sure that the polarity matches with the (+) and (-) marks inside of the battery compartment. 

Note: To avoid damage from possible battery leakage, remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the remote control 
handset for an extended period of time. 



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Preparation 



Operation & Adjustment (Front Control Panel) 



1 


Power on / off 


Switches the LCD TV on and off (Standby mode) 


2 


Power indicator light 


Shows Green LED when in use 


3 


Volume adjust 


Adjusts volume up and after pressing MENU, adjusts menu settings 


4 


Volume adjust 


Adjusts volume down and after pressing MENU, adjusts menu settings 


5 


Source 


Selects input source and after pressing MENU sets menu functions 


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Menu 


Turns the OSD window on / Turns the OSD window off - and moves from 
sub menu to top menu in the OSD window to adjust picture features (use 
Remote controller) for installation and functions 


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PR[down] 


Selects programme or menu 


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PR[up] 


Selects programme or menu 


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Remote control. Receives signal from the Remote controller 



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Preparation 



Connecting external equipment 

Plug the connector for S-Video port [1] on the rear of the LCD TV and the other end into the device you are intending to 
connect (VCR, DVD etc.) 

Plug the Phono connectors for the Composite video / Sound inputs to the RCA ports [2] on the rear of the LCD TV and the 
other end to a Camcorder, VCR, DVD etc. 

Note: If you only have a Scart socket on your VCR or DVD then you will need to use the Scart-to-Phono connector 
(supplied). 

Plug the connector to the audio input port [3] on the rear of the LCD TV and the other end to the PC, CD Player etc.). 

Plug the connector to the audio output port [4] on the rear of the LCD TV and the other end to the Headphones or an audio 
Amplifier with speakers. 



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2. Choose S-Video or Video dependant on the connection to the 
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Start Up 



Menu Installation 

Key Process for TV mode 



Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 

This will bring up the OSD. 

Here, with INSTALL highlighted, you can make the 
changes necessary to configure the TV options available 
such as searching for channels, tuning channels, naming 
channels and editing those channels. 

The four directional arrows on the Remote will navigate the 
OSD. When making changes, a right-arrow movement will 
select it (changing it to RED) and subsequent right-arrow 
depressions will move through the available options in that 
range. 

Press MENU to confirm the change (the selection will 
change back to BLACK) and then press Menu again to 
advance the OSD backward to the main menu (and again 
to close the Menu altogether). 



AUTO SEARCH allows you to select the country from 
where you are receiving transmissions and then search for 
channels in your area. 

After selecting MENU press the right-arrow button (VOL+) 
to highlight Auto search and then again to highlight the 
country code (this will change the country code to RED). 
Press the right-arrow button to select your country code. 



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not be named. This has to be conducted in the Edit 
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Menu Installation 

Key Process for TV mode 



Edit Channel 

To attach the names to each channel number and put them 
in the correct order, conduct the following procedure:- 

Press the MENU button and then press arrow-right (VOL+) 
once and then the down-PR button to select EDIT 
CHANNEL. Now press the OK button to bring up the edit 
screen (see pic). 

You will note that there are no channel names in the Edit list 
only programme numbers. To put names and numbers in 
the correct order, do the following: 

1 . select Pr 01 and right-arrow (VOL+) 

2. press OK 

3. press up- or -down PR - to select letter or number 

4. press VOL+ to select next dash 

5. repeat process until name is completed 

6. press OK button to store 

From this position, once all available channels have been 
named they can be sorted into the correct order. 

1 . press left-arrow (VOL-) and select the channel you 
wish to be number one using up- down-PR buttons, 
example: BBC1 should be in position Pr 01 

2. press OK. The number will turn green 

3. press up-PR button to select Pr number 01 to match 
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4. press OK to store. The number will turn black 

5. press down-PR button to select channel you wish to 
be number two 

6. press OK. The number will turn green 

7. press up-PR button to select Pr number 02 to match 
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8. press OK. The number will turn black 

9. repeat process on all other Pr numbers 

Continue this process with all other programme numbers 
until they are in their correct order (see pic). 

Found channels that are not required can be skipped [SKIP] 
when selecting your channels via the up- or down-PR 
buttons. This is achieved by selecting the SKIP column in 
the Edit channel mode with right-arrow (VOL+) button. Then 
press the OK button and the X will change to RED. Change 
this to O with the down-PR button and then press the OK 
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To select manual tuning, press MENU, then VOL+, then 
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At this position set the SYSTEM to match country you are 
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12. press VOL+ to select next 'dash' 

13. press up- or down-PR to select next letter or 
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14. repeat until name completed 

15. press MENU to set 

16. press down-PR to STORAGE 

17. press VOL+ and YES will change to RED 

18. press OK to store 



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Key Process for TV mode 



Fine tune 

With the Preset channel running in the background, the 
signal can be fine-tuned. The detection process is however, 
accurate, but additional fine-tuning may improve the signal 
to your specific requirements depending on quality of the 
signal received. 

The default Fine-tune point is 0 so if adjusting this does not 
positively affect your TV signal, return it to 0 to effectively 
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Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 
This will bring up the OSD. 

PICTURE adjusts the Contrast, Brightness, Colour and 
Sharpness of the picture. 

Tip: If you are receiving a clean TV signal, reduce 
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Key Process for PC mode 



Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 

This will bring up the OSD. 

COLOUR configures the PC display to suite your 
requirements. 

GAMMA reflects the level of white against black and 
COLOUR TEMP is depedant on the amount of RGB (Red 
Green, Blue). 

9300 is BLUE orientated, 6550 is RED orientated and 
USER is dependant on colour adjustment (but defaults to 
GREEN). 

Colour Adjust gives you the option of manually adjusting the 
RGB values. 



Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 
This will bring up the OSD. 

PICTURE adjustments can be made to certain resolutions 
that are not correctly aligned to the display. 

In most cases, a H Position, V Position of 50 and a Phase of 
0 together with a Clock of 100, will fit to most requirements. 
Sharpness can be adjusted as well, but a value of 1 is 
normal for PC desktop useage. 



Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 
This will bring up the OSD. 

AUTO ADJUST is a useful feature to correct H Position and 
V Position manual values quickly and easily. 

To achieve this, right-arrow so that NO is highlighted in 
RED, then left-arrow so that YES is now highlighted in RED. 

As soon as you do this, Auto Adjust will take effect. Do not 
press OK or MENU. After a few seconds, YES will turn 
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Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 

This will bring up the OSD. 

OSD MENU has a LANGUAGE OSD setting. Once 
highlighted, press OK. A selection of Languages are 
selectable: English, French, Dutch, Spain, Italian and 
Korean. 

OSD H POS and OSD V POS re-positions the OSD on the 
LCD display. 

OSD TIMER when ON, turns of the OSD in 1 5 seconds of 
inactivity. In an OFF state, the OSD will remain until the 
MENU button is pressed (more than once if necessary). 

TRANSLUCENT changes the level of transparency of the 
OSD to the background. 



Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 
This will bring up the OSD. 

MISC. has a SIGNAL SOURCE setting which gives you the 
control to set the default Signal Source on power-up (press 
the MENU). 

PICTURE MODE provides three settings: PC, GAME, 
MOVIE; each one adjusts the display to suite whatever type 
of mode the LCD monitor is being used for. 

RESET restores the factory default settings. Arrow-right 
(NO will be highlighted RED). Arrow-left, YES will be 
highlighted RED. Press OK. 

The screen will go blank and then reset. NO SIGNAL will 
appear and then if a PC connection is still present, it will 
return with default settings in a few seconds. 



Press the MENU button on the Remote controller. 
This will bring up the OSD. 

SOUND on and Sound off enables or disables the inbuilt 
speakers on the LCD monitor. 

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Preparation 



Attaching a Wall or Arm mounting device 

1 . Turn off the monitor and pull out the power cable. 

2. Place the product on top of a soft cloth or other smooth material on the floor and move the LCD TV to a 'face-down' 
position making sure it is flat and balanced. 




3. Detach the rear cover of the stand with a screwdriver. 

4. Remove the four screws connecting the stand and the body. 

5. The stand is now disassembled. 



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Troubleshooting 



Symptom 


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No TV / Video displayed 


Check TV/Video Mode has been set using the SOURCE button. 
Check Video cable terminal is connected 


Unclear TV display 


Check connection status of TV cable, exterior Antenna and adjust 
FINE TUNING from TV OSD menu if necessary 


No TV signal 


Auto Search from TV OSD menu and set Edit channel or search 
channels manually with MANUAL SET ON from TV OSD menu 


Remote Controller not 
functioning 


Check batteries are correctly inserted [+] and [-] polarity 
Check battery power status 


No Video or S-Video mode 


Check Video cable is connected to the TV and set to Video mode or 
S-Video mode 


Poor colour in Video 


Adjust Saturation on the OSD menu in PICTURE mode 


Blurred picture in Video 


Adjust Sharpness in the OSD menu in PICTURE mode 


Picture jitter (PC mode) 


Adjust clock to set the screen position and adjust until no noise is 
detected in the OSD Menu in PICTURE MODE 


No picture (PC mode) 


Check mains switch and the PC power switch are ON 


Power LED not lit (PC 
mode) 


Check main switch is ON. Check if the power cord is connected 


Image is unstable (PC 
mode) 


Check signal cable is connected to video card correctly 


Image not centred, too small 
or too large (PC mode) 


Adjust clock or H&V Centre 


Picture bounce or wave 
pattern (PC mode) 


Magnetic interference from electrical devices are too close to the 
monitor 


Picture is blurred (PC mode) 


Adjust contrast and brightness 


No sound (PC mode) 


Check audio cable is connected correctly. Adjust volume. Check 
audio system on PC 


Low sound (PC mode) 


Adjust the volume on the OSD Menu or adjust the volume on the 
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Troubleshooting 



Self Diagnosis (PC mode) 

If there is no image, the Self Diagnosis screen will be displayed. 

The Self Diagnosis function checks the status of the LCD TV screen under certain conditions. 



NO SIGNAL 



OUT OF RANGE 



NONE SUPPORT 




No Signal screen is displayed when the D- 
Sub signal connector is connected but the 
status of the LCD TV is on DPMS mode. 

Out of Range screen is displayed when the 
applied frequency is under or over normal 
range. 

□ Normal range 

(Non-interlaced mode only) 
H : 30 - 80 KHz 
V: 56 - 77 Hz 

None support screen is displayed when the 
applied frequency is under or over factory 
preset timings. 



CHECK CABLE 




Check cable screen is displayed when the 
sianal cable is disconnected. 



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Specifications 



MODEL NAME 


L710T LCD Television 


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PANEL 


17" 




SCREEN SIZE 


337 9 x 270. 3mm 

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DISPLAY COLOUR 


16.2M 




CONTRAST RATIO 


400:1 


250cd/m 2 Brightness 


PIXEL PITCH 


0.264 




ASPECT RATIO 


4:3 




RESOLUTION 


1280 x 1024 


@ 60Hz / 75Hz 


NUMBER OF PIXELS 


1,310,720 pixels 




VIDEO BANDWIDTH 


140MHz 




COLOUR FILTER 


RGB 


Vertical Stripe 


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70 degrees 
60 degrees 


Right / Left 
Up / Down 


TILT RANGE 


5 degrees 
30 degrees 


Forward 
Backward 


SOUND OUTPUT 


2W + 2W 




PLUG & PLAY 


VESA DDC Compatible 






30-80KHz 
56 - 77KHz 


Horizontal 
Vertical 








APPEARANCE (mm) 


386 x 398 x 190mm 
386 x 346 x 60mm 


[with stand] 
[without stand] 


WEIGHT 


Net 5.3kg 


Gross 7kg 


POWER 

CONSUMPTION 


40W 




POWER 
REQUIREMENT 


AC 100V-240V- 50/60Hz 




POWER SAVING 


EPA, VESA DPMS 


Nutek Compliant 


DC POWER 


DC 12V 




TERMINALS 


PC Input Signal: 

Sync H/V Separate (TTL) 

Video 15pin mini D-Sub (Analogue RGB) 

AV Input Signal: 

Video CVBS (RCA), S-Video (mini-DIN) 
Audio Stereo mini-Jack Input / Output 


TV SIGNAL TYPE 


PAL 



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